The Briton

The Briton

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Baker & Taylor
When her ancestral home is stolen from her, Lady Bronwen must place her trust in a foreign knight named Jacques le Brun who is her last hope in protecting her family's legacy and the ancient ways of the Britons. Original.

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& Taylor

When her ancestral home is stolen from her, Lady Bronwen must place her trust in a foreign knight named Jacques le Brun, who is her last hope in protecting her family's legacy and the ancient ways of the Britons.

Simon and Schuster
Lady Bronwen, proud inheritor of the ancient ways of the Britons, had lost all she held dear. She had been widowed in war, then robbed of the ancestral home that was her birthright. And now her last hope was a stranger?one with whom she'd shared a single tender kiss.

The foreign knight Jacques le Brun begged her to let him defend her honor?nay, her very life. But he owed fealty to the hated French who had conquered her country, England, and to the new faith they brought with them. Could Bronwen place her trust in the pure, untainted love she saw shining in this man's eyes?and follow him to a new world??

Publisher: New York : Steeple Hill Books, c2008
ISBN: 9780373827817
0373827814
Branch Call Number: FICTION PALMER
Characteristics: 280 p. ; 17 cm

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